International Section of 31st Quran Fair Wrapped Up

17:16 - March 28, 2024
News ID: 3487739
IQNA – The international section of the 31st International Holy Quran Exhibition concluded on Wednesday, March 27, 2024.


This section saw participation from a diverse range of countries. Muslim-majority countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Kuwait, Thailand, Bangladesh, Iraq, Palestine, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Bahrain, and Pakistan were in attendance, the official press service of the event reported on Thursday.

In addition to these, non-Muslim countries like France, China, Croatia, and Russia also actively participated. Representatives from seven other countries graced the exhibition as guests.

Over the course of eight days, daily forums and panels were held in the international section, attended by representatives from the participating countries.

A public display of art pieces from various countries was another highlight of the exhibition.

A noteworthy aspect of this year’s exhibition was the placement of the international section right at the entrance, enhancing its visibility and accessibility.

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The 31st International Holy Quran Exhibition commenced on March 20 at Tehran’s Mosalla. The exhibition, open daily from 5:00 PM to 00:30 AM local time, will continue until April 2.

The exhibition is noted for its family-friendly environment, catering to visitors of all ages. In addition, Iftar tables have been arranged, offering a communal setting for attendees to break their fast.

The fair showcases a variety of Quranic institutions and governmental bodies, along with international participants from 26 countries. It also emphasizes the issues of Gaza and Palestine and the Quran’s role in fostering resistance.

The fair’s objective is to acquaint individuals with Quranic concepts via artistic, cultural, and theatrical mediums, with a particular focus on children and teenagers. It also includes sections dedicated to artificial intelligence, Nahj al-Balaghah, Quranic research and consultation, Quran translation, and easy Quran memorization.